Navy Looking at Upgrades to RQ-21 UAS

Rear Adm. Brian Corey, program executive officer – Unmanned and Strike Weapons, spoke Sept. 9 at the Unmanned Systems Defense, Protection, Security virtual conference sponsored by the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International. Among other topics, he discussed the RQ-21 program, planned upgrades, and a proven track record of success.

“The RQ-21 has flown over 14,000 hours and has seen some of the highest readiness rates in all of naval aviation,” Corey said…

Read more at the SeaPower article here.

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